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The effect of NBI on UWB time-hopping systems

Authors Chu, XL
Murch, RD
Issue Date 2004
Source IEEE transactions on wireless communications, v. 3, (5), 2004, SEP, p. 1431-1436
Summary This letter presents an analysis of the effect of narrowband interference (NBI) on ultrawideband (UWB) time-hopping (TH) systems in the presence of multipath fading using both analytical derivations and simulations. Our analysis demonstrates that NBI may be an issue in some instances. In addition, we suggest three NBI suppression schemes for combating NBI in UWB TH systems. Single-link performance of these schemes in conjunction with a Rake-type receiver structure is estimated for both the ideal all-Rake receiver and the simpler partial-Rake receiver in an indoor environment. Two UWB pulse shapes that meet the Federal Communications Commission rules for UWB communications are considered in the investigation.
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ISSN 1536-1276
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